Bilateral Investigation for Space Station Hole is Conducted By Russian Space Agency and NASA

Bilateral Investigation for Space Station Hole is Conducted By Russian Space Agency and NASA

After searching NASA conducted an excogitation proceeding through which they detected the sabotage which caused a tiny pit in the edge of the Russian module anchored at the international space station, though the mystery is still veiled.

Nasa worried as Dimitri Rogozin, the general director of the Russian Space Agency  Roscosmos, commented publicly that manufacturing flaw is the cause of impair and a brief statement has been issued about this matter from the Washington headquarters.

As few media releases comprehended the declaration of Rogozin for the suggestion, NASA added, “ This conclusion does not necessarily mean the hole was created intentionally or with mal-intent.”

NASA ensured as the manufacturing fault caused the pit, the discarding proceedings is more important rather than showing much reliance for foul gaming. NASA also said, “ indicates that this is an isolated issue which does not categorically affect future production.”

After the reporting by the ground operators about the trivial dips at the pressure points on the exterior walls of the Russian Soyuz capsule, in the late August, anchored in the international space station, NASA and Roscosmos have started the investigation in high level bilaterally.

Though the rupture has been mended with sealant and tape ceasing the oxygen leak, the officials assured that the current crew including two Russian cosmonauts, one German and three US astronauts had never face any danger.

Rogozin previously heightened the possibility of an intentional act in his comments which was quoted by the RIA Novosti the Russian News Agency earlier in this month. The quotes intensified the matter as it said that it seems that a drilling is done in an unsteady hand so that around the hole the metal has been scratched.

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